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In this monthly series, we gather thoughts and highlights from Artsy’s in-house art experts on what they’re seeing, looking forward to, and enjoying in the art world this month. What
This article was produced in partnership with the Korea Arts Management Service (KAMS). Today, art no longer settles on a single meaning, but instead functions as a way to capture
There’s always something new at Berlin Art Week, the flagship annual moment for galleries and museums in the German capital. In Berlin, novel usually means multidisciplinary, experimental, and collaborative—and this
In this monthly roundup, we shine the spotlight on five stellar exhibitions taking place at galleries in five cities worldwide. “Bestiaries, a solo by Hannah Lim”Wilder Gallery, LondonSept. 13–Oct. 7
The occult, the uncanny, the mysterious, the sensual: Nighttime conjures a myriad of connotations in art. American artist James Abbott McNeill Whistler was the first to turn such works portraying
Japanese artist Miwa Komatsu has felt a deep connection to nature from a young age. “I naturally felt the energy and spirits lurking in nature with the innocence of childhood,”
Summer came to an end for the art world last week with the return of two major art fairs on two different continents: The Armory Show (September 8th–10th) in New
A year shy from celebrating its 30th year, The Armory Show opened its VIP day on Thursday with over 225 galleries spread across the Javits Center in New York. Now
It might be in its second edition, but this year, Frieze Seoul already feels like it’s well at home in the Korean capital. A trendy crowd descended in droves on
Returning for its 35th edition, the São Paulo Bienal once again takes place in Brazil’s capital from September 3rd through 6th. To mark the occasion, galleries across the city will
Landscape photography of the United States is embedded into the nation’s cultural DNA. Images by Carleton Watkins, William Henry Jackson, and Ansel Adams not only captured the sublime and awe
The Korean art world was out in full force during the VIP day of the Korean International Art Fair (KIAF), where aisles and booths were bustling throughout. Taking place in
UNESCO World Heritage Sites are considered "outstanding works of human genius." There are just 24 in the U.S., including the Statue of Liberty and the Grand Canyon.
Colombian artist Fernando Botero has died at the age of 91. "I don't paint fat women," he once told Spain's El Mundo newspaper, "I am interested in volume, the sensuality
The 2023 Whiting Literary Magazine Prize has been awarded to The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Paris Review, Oxford American and n+1 among others
NPR correspondent Rhitu Chatterjee visited a hit London museum show called "The Offbeat Sari." It showed her how the garment has changed — and made her reflect on what the
From SNL's Coneheads to Killer Bees, Broadway's Sweeney Todd and Candide, we remember Tony Award-winning costume designer Franne Lee who died on Aug. 27.
Why are humans attracted to art that combines sadness and beauty? A brain scientist says sadness has benefits like helping elicit empathy and purging negative emotion.
Thomas Dambo's gigantic trolls made out of recycled wood are turning up throughout the Pacific Northwest after making appearances all over the world.(Story aired on Morning Edition on May 16,
The headless statue is believed to depict Marcus Aurelius. The investigation into its origins comes over a decade after Turkey claimed that 21 objects at the museum were linked to
A $4 thrift store purchase turned out to be a rare painting by American artist N.C. Wyeth.
The first official outdoor exhibition on Washington D.C.'s National Mall showcases six artists whose monuments honor American stories missing from the heart of the country's capital.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Martin Bailey of The Art Newspaper about thefts at the British Museum that led to the director's resignation.
Flash floods and years of unusual rainfall — likely linked to climate change — are degrading ancient cave art along China's historic silk road at a rapid pace.